“Try” by Molly Burch
BTR Live Studio | ep606.5 | May 8, 2017
Molly Burch grew up in a showbiz family in LA, raised on classic pop and jazz music that inspired her to dive into her own studies of jazz. Her musical journey eventually led to Austin, where she developed her beautiful, understated style of country-tinged songwriting and crafted what would become her fantastic album Please Be Mine. Molly and her band stopped by Serious Business Music in DUMBO, Brooklyn to for this special live session.

Please Be Mine by Molly Burch is available now from Captured Tracks.

Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.

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Molly Burch: Official Website // Facebook // Twitter

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